Rocky Mount to pay retiring city manager embroiled in controversy more than $200,000, according to a separation agreement obtained by WRAL News — WRAL News obtained a copy of the separation agreement between Rochelle Small-Toney and the city of Rocky Mount, which states that the city will pay her $205,690 to retire from her position and work as an independent contractor for the city government for a period of six months.
Published: 2020-10-15 07:20:00
Updated: 2020-10-15 07:24:26
President Trump approved FEMA federal disaster relief for 15 North Carolina counties affected by Hurricane Isaias.
The funding is available to state and local governments and certain nonprofits organizations. Aid will go to repair or replacement of facilities damaged by severe storms and flooding in southeast counties.
Relief can also be used to hazard mitigation efforts across the entire state.
Hurricane Isaias was a Category 1 destructive storm that came across the East Coast from July 30 to August 5.
The town of Oak Island saw more than $10 million of damage from the storm. Ocean Isle, also in Brunswick County, saw large fires due to destruction from the hurricane.